Author: Kimberley Payne
East City Girl is the story of a young girl growing up in a small Ontario town influenced by her parents’ Roman Catholic religion and Dutch heritage.
It's a recollection filled with prose, poetry, and pictures from birth to Grade 8 in the 1970s and early 80s.
The story unfolds in a “scrapbook” format with diary entries, school projects, and report cards that draw you in from the start and transport you back in time with nostalgic memories.
Author: Marcia Moston
Release Date: January 4, 2021
From the author of Call of a Coward—the God of Moses and the Middle-Class Housewife, comes another inspirational, Christian-living memoir.
When Bob and Marcia Moston told their friends they were moving south, they meant it as a geographical move. They didn’t expect their plans to go south too.
Trusting his wife’s previously sound judgment, Bob agrees to have Marcia go ahead of him and pick out a house—an efficient, low-maintenance one. It was a good plan. If only Marcia had stuck to it.
But when she veers from the plan, the couple find themselves overwhelmed with the consequences of a seemingly bad decision. Marcia looks for encouragement in the story of Jacob—the patriarchal bad boy, remembered more for the predicaments he got himself into than for his commendable deeds—and the God who is not deterred by our plots, plans, stratagems, and side trips.
Written with heart, humor, and biblical insight, Going South—with the God of Jacob’s and My Mistakes offers hope and encouragement to those who find their lives upturned by a geographical move, a chaotic economy, a backfired dream, or just a plain bad choice.
Author: Janet S. Cohen
I speak out my testimony in finding Jesus and learning to love all He gave me. I speak about overcoming addiction, drugs, suicide, insecurity, sexual immorality and how Jesus saved me. I want all readers to know that if he can do it for me He can do it for you!
Author: Beth Wiseman
Release Date: September 1, 2020
WHY DOES EVERY BETH WISEMAN BOOK INCLUDE A RED SUITCASE?
This is one of the many questions answered by an author who has sold over two million books. Beth has penned more than forty books about the Plain People in Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Indiana. In this collection of essays, Beth gives readers a glimpse into her personal life and shares experiences she's had while writing about the Amish.
INCLUDES PHOTOS, AMISH RECIPES, AND A "BONUS" SHORT STORY!
Author: Kevin & Stephanie Mason
From the night they met to the many obstacles they would face, there is nothing ordinary about Kevin and Stephanie’s journey.
If you are facing any kind of hardship in life whether it be sickness, disease, fear, anxiety, or a feeling of hopelessness, this book will be your source of inspiration! Kevin and Stephanie share their very personal (and very hilarious) stories about how they navigated through multiple life-changing and life-threatening events.
- Brain Tumor
- Brain Surgery
Buy this book and follow their journey, as they show you how to trust God when life gets hard.
Author: Krystyna Bellamy
Krystyna was destined for a life of hard labor. The eldest child in a small Polish community, she helped her family scratch a meager existence from the soil. Disappointed in her beloved but volatile binge-drinking father, she is desperate to avoid the fate of her depressed, melancholic mother. Though she squirrels away every penny for a train ticket to the big city, where she dreams her aunt will take her in and love her, she despairs of ever having enough.
When she turns eleven, an innocent mistake makes her the target of vicious small-town gossip. Then a miraculous opportunity presents itself. Certain her prayers have been answered, Krystyna embarks on a dangerous journey to a uncertain future. Will she find a safe haven-and the chance to experience childhood-before it's too late?
Never Young is a compelling story, exploring the complexities of family and the power of a young girl's faith.
Author: Ralph Lucien
This book is my testimony of how God healed me from brain cancer and brain injuries. Scars tell a story, whether internal or external. The Scars Show His Glory provides biblical principles on how to position yourself to receive healing from past and present hurts. Identify the nail-scarred hand of Jesus Christ through your scars, and move confidently beyond the past and into a life of peace, healing, and restoration in God's glory.
Author: Leah Stanley
She was twenty-nine years old. She had been married a mere eight months. Suddenly her precious grandparents needed her help. Equipped only with the documents provided by their lawyer, Leah Stanley navigated Medicare and Medicaid in the dark of ignorance, working her way along the tangled path of providing care for her grandma and grandpa who were suffering with Alzheimer's and an unspecified form of dementia, respectively.
In Goodnight, Sweet, Leah explores the world of elder care where she found that making the right decision on behalf of someone else was not always an obvious choice, and along the way she discovered that not every family member shared her vision of loving the people who needed care but were instead dazzled by the notion of inheritance. At times she was able to stand on nothing more than faith in Jesus Christ, but Leah moved through one difficult day after another, until finally she was able to look back and realize that Jesus had stayed exactly where He said He would--carrying her through the dark waters so that she could survive the indescribable world of a caregiver.
Author: Juan Canales
Genre: Christian Living/Memoir
Never Alone is a true story. It records the life of a man who has experienced a lot of things in a short amount of time. Even to the extent of coming face to face with his own death certificate. It will leave the reader inspired and even challenged that no matter where they have been in life or what they have been through they are Never Alone! Divine moments are woven into each of our lives. We all have a purpose and it's never too late to start living in it!
Author: Eleanor Bertin
Dearly beloved -- that's what the obituaries say -- never hinting at the conflict, shame or sin that lie behind the veil. In October 2012, Paul, the author's 18-year-old son was killed by a hit-and-run driver while walking home from an evening performing with his punk rock band. Amid the grief of loss, she is burdened over his life that seemed to beheaded in the wrong direction and their strained relationship. Dogged by grief, guilt, b lame and shame, she relives every memory searching for that conclusive evidence that he did after all, belong to Christ. Clinging to the Biblical doctrines of grace, the truth she knows wrestles with the longing of her heart. Can she trust God, with even this?
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